Angel Flight NE - Flight Safety

Dedicated to Enhancing Safety for our Volunteer Pilots

Angel Flight NE Volunteer Pilots have proudly provided more than 60,000 children and adults air transportation to medical care for over 20 years. Each pilot makes his/her own “go/no go” decision as he/she is the best judge as to the status of the aircraft, weather, his/her physical condition and training and proficiency.

The top priority of any Angel Flight NE Mission is always safety. Our volunteer pilots provide transportation to our passengers, because they want to help others. Along with the desire to help comes the responsibility to ensure a safe flights. To further promote our culture of safety, we have compiled the following safety-related materials which is used by pilots throughout our volunteer network. We encourage you to check back regulary and review these routinely which will be continually updated and added to.

We also ask that you feel free to submit your own articles to be included on this page so other volunteer pilots can use them as resources. We’re interested in any safety-related articles that are informative for our Angel Flight NE pilots which would enhance safety and help us serve our patient/passengers better. Once again, submissions may be edited for content, length, and clarity. Please feel free to email them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Useful Links (Note: May Require an AOPA Member Login)

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Angel Flight Northeast's Mission

To coordinate free air transportation so children and adults may access life-saving medical care.